As a family run business, we believe in doing the right thing. We aim to support our local communities and operate with minimum impact on the environment.
We have been based in Burton since our business first started and so Burton has become our home in every sense of the word. We are a local employer as well and we will always go beyond our legal obligations to make a real and lasting contribution to the community in which we live.
Wherever possible, we aim to specify and install systems that are as environmentally friendly as possible. For example, our air conditioning systems are engineered for low noise and low energy demands. Many of the systems we install carry (Environmental Protection Agency) ‘A’ ratings. This means our systems are as efficient as possible.
Our work as solar panel installers means we can help businesses and members of the public reduce their use of finite fossil fuels. By installing clean solar energy systems, we also help our customers reduce emissions.
At Mace, we believe in supporting our local community and community initiatives. We aim to use our skills and expertise to positively contribute to the quality of life in the areas where we work.
We have our own ‘stakeholder map’ to focus on positive community actions and to help our staff increase their understanding of community issues. Our community framework strategy allows us to successfully work with selected communities in Burton and District. We enable our employees to participate fully in community activities as part of our development programmes, specific workplace initiatives or individual voluntary work. We also encourage our partners and stakeholders to join in with us.
At Mace, we have worked on a range of community projects. These include:
To find out more about our work in the community or any of our services, please contact us.
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"Richard and Sam from Mace worked hard over the last two weeks and have carried out a near-impossible task with extreme care and consideration and sense of humour.
There is hardly a wire in sight and not a scrap of mess or disturbance. Even Great Aunt Nancy, who can be a tricky customer, is pleased."
C Bagot Jewitt, Blithfield Hall